Seygan Robins - Miss KY Basketball

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hoosiers View Post
    Well said Mamaw. Grandma was a wise woman. I use her sayings all the time and she is so right about many things. Congratulations Seygan on winning Kentucky Miss Basketball.. Best of luck at U of L next year. I am looking forward to watching a couple of other Miss Basketball Candidates next year! We sure do have many excellent DI players in our state that make us proud.
    I would like to think we have plenty of D-1, D-2, D-3 and NAIA players from our state who make us proud! Although my kids are D-1 athletes, I certainly take nothing away from the other college level student athletes!
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    Just a quick ? for Hoosiers and mamaw..why do you all put so much emphasis on D1 players? I think that any kid that has the ability and talent to play at the next level is special whether it be NCAA D 1-2 OR 3 or NAIA D1 or 2. Is an NCAA D1 athlete more talented than a NAIA D1 athlete? In most cases yes..But a Full ride is a full ride. And many of those athletes who concerned themselves more with the name across the jersey than whether the team or the school was a good fit for them end up at one the "lower division" schools. Sorry and not trying to stsrt a fight but I hate it when people put such an emphasis on what division an athlete plays at.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dixiefan1 View Post
    Just a quick ? for Hoosiers and mamaw..why do you all put so much emphasis on D1 players? I think that any kid that has the ability and talent to play at the next level is special whether it be NCAA D 1-2 OR 3 or NAIA D1 or 2. Is an NCAA D1 athlete more talented than a NAIA D1 athlete? In most cases yes..But a Full ride is a full ride. And many of those athletes who concerned themselves more with the name across the jersey than whether the team or the school was a good fit for them end up at one the "lower division" schools. Sorry and not trying to stsrt a fight but I hate it when people put such an emphasis on what division an athlete plays at.
    I agree......my saying is Free College is good College....but that comes strictly from a parent's perspective!

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    Congrats seygan was lucky to see her play at the state tourney loved her leadership and hustle

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dixiefan1 View Post
    Just a quick ? for Hoosiers and mamaw..why do you all put so much emphasis on D1 players? I think that any kid that has the ability and talent to play at the next level is special whether it be NCAA D 1-2 OR 3 or NAIA D1 or 2. Is an NCAA D1 athlete more talented than a NAIA D1 athlete? In most cases yes..But a Full ride is a full ride. And many of those athletes who concerned themselves more with the name across the jersey than whether the team or the school was a good fit for them end up at one the "lower division" schools. Sorry and not trying to stsrt a fight but I hate it when people put such an emphasis on what division an athlete plays at.
    My emphasis is regarding watching three incoming freshman at NKU, one that is related to me. I also have family looking to play NAIA nd D3. I was not commenting on other talent levels.

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    Blair Green was second on the Herald all-state team. I'd imagine she was second in this also.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Head Up View Post
    Congrats seygan was lucky to see her play at the state tourney loved her leadership and hustle
    I too saw her at State Tourney and was impressed. Very deserving to be awarded this high honor.

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